Law for Lunch postponed!

Fortunately, we won the World Cup! Unfortunately, this means we must postpone our Law for Lunch session today, because it clashes directly with the Wellington All Blacks Parade. The Parade starts at 12.15pm in Civic Square, and we think the cheering of the crowd will drown out our speaker, and make parking and public transport nearly impossible.

We will now be holding this session tomorrow, THURSDAY 27th, same time, same place – updated details below. Our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

Dying Right: Avoid leaving legal problems as your legacy , Thursday 27 October, Wellington City Library, 12pm-1pm, Ground Floor, FREE.

In our final Law for Lunch session this year, Claire Coe will be looking at the following questions and issues around wills:

  • Why have a will and what to put in one
  • Preparing, keeping and changing wills
  • Gifts
  • Dying without a will
  • Potential claims on a will
  • Dependent children
  • Blended families

CLAIRE COE is a lawyer with Rainey Collins. Her work focuses mainly on assisting clients with Property, Trusts, Asset Protection, and Wills and Estates.

We look forward to seeing you there.